Monthly Archive: July, 2011

New Crop Circles in Italy and UK July 2011

Tor De Sordi nr to Guidonia (Roma) Source Conselice (RA). Reported 1st July Source Honeystreet (2), Nr Alton Barnes, Wiltshire. Reported 4th July Source Walmsgate, nr Louth, Lincolnshire. Reported 3rd July Source Honeystreet… Continue reading

Video: Global Food Prices Expected to Soar

Due to the earth’s circumstances, food will become scarce, and you will not be able to purchase anything without his mark. But that mark will not doom you – only your heart condition… Continue reading

Huge swath of south Georgia and north Florida continues to burn

All entrances to the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge are closed through the holiday weekend as firefighters continue to battle a 10-week-old blaze that has burned well over half the 400,000-acre preserve. Jason Curry,… Continue reading

Financial storm clouds of unprecedented intensity gathering on the horizon

July 3, 2011 – If you thought the global financial crisis of 2008 was bad, wait till you sit through the sequel. The world should be preparing for some very difficult days ahead. An unprecedented… Continue reading

Mexico confirms 11 dead from Arlene, aftermath

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican authorities have confirmed 11 deaths from Tropical Storm Arlene and the aftermath of floods, mudslides and overflowing rivers in central Mexico and Gulf Coast states. State civil protection… Continue reading

Is Mount Rainer volcano waking up?

Some of the biggest rock avalanches in years have been roaring off Mount Rainier over the past several days, kicking up billowing clouds of dust and propelling rivers of muddy debris nearly two… Continue reading

Selling gold teeth to make ends meet in Greece

(Reuters) – A smartly dressed woman waits as a young man behind a glass screen weighs her gold earrings, bracelets and rings and counts out 1,600 euros. “I’ll see you again soon,” she… Continue reading

Statement by ExxonMobil on Crude Oil Release into Yellowstone River in Montana

BILLINGS, Mont., Jul 02, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) — ExxonMobil Pipeline Company issued the following statement concerning a crude release into the Yellowstone River in Montana: “Early on the morning of July 2, we… Continue reading

The Perfect (Radiation) Storm is Brewing

Just a week after Fukushima, I wrote an article regarding a report by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) that Canada’s Ontario Power Generation had released radioactive water into Lake Ontario via a leak… Continue reading

Videos: Recent UFO Sightings from Around the World

If you see an army on your borders, or see a large crowd watching but not making direct contact, then something is being stated without saying a word. It is a SHOW OF… Continue reading

Crop Circle Barbury Castle (2), Nr Wroughton, Wiltshire. Reported 2nd July 2011

Source Why are crop circle patterned signs found in wheat fields, barley and corn, linseed, soy, rapeseed and rye? It is because from all these crops comes chaff when separated. And because the… Continue reading

Jellyfish Attack on Reactors in UK AND Japan

Jellyfish shut down reactors at UK nuke plant Reactors at the Torness nuclear power station have been shut down by jellyfish. A large influx of the creatures from the North Sea clogged filters… Continue reading

Spectacular lightning storm electrifies Chicago skyline with 1,100 strikes in a single hour

They say lightning doesn’t strike twice but Chicago residents who weathered a thunderous electric display this week would beg to differ. Powerful thunderstorms that erupted over northern Illinois produced spectacular lightning, hurricane-force gusts,… Continue reading

Hundreds of fish turn up dead in south Georgia

ALBANY, Ga. (AP) – Drought conditions are being blamed for the deaths of hundreds of fish at Radium Springs in south Georgia. Authorities say the creek that normally connects Radium Springs to the… Continue reading

Videos: Recent UFO Sightings from Around the World